Top 10 Attractions in Boston
Visiting Boston? This beautiful city has so much to offer. Watch more than 25 video guides with all the top attractions and landmarks in and around the city. here are the 10 must see attractions in Boston not in a particular order to help you plan the perfect vacation.
In a city that is the home of the nation's top universities, we can start our list in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, AKA MIT, located in Cambridge. this great institute features 168 acres of architectural buildings, statuary and the MIT Museum. One of the highlights of the MIT is the Stata Center, a complex known for its controversial design, built in 2004 and designed by the well-known architect Frank Gehry.
At number 9 we suggest the Massachusetts state house. the 1797 historic landmark is one of the 16 stops of the famous Freedom trail. watch our special video about this trail... The Massachusetts state house is one of the most beautiful buildings in the trail, mainly recognised by it's gilded dome, and red brick facade. and it is located in one of Boston's most beautiful neighbourhoods, Beacon Hill. Guided tours of the historic building are available all year long, for free! As you may imagine, this is not the only landmark from the Freedom trail on our list...
At number 8 we recommend the oldest public park in Boston, the Boston Common. The peaceful park was not so peaceful before the 1817, as it was used for public hangings. located in the heart of the city, this huge park features some of the most popular sights of Boston, and it is also the first station of the freedom Trail. Watch our special video guides on the Public Garden and Downtown Boston.
Number 7 is Prudential centre. This commercial complex features many of the most popular shops in the fashion world. One of the exciting attractions is the Prudential Skywalk in the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower, which is one of the tallest skyscrapers of Boston. The “Top of the Hub” restaurant on the last floor is a great place to view the whole city and enjoy a tasty meal.
For those of you who love baseball, number 6 is a historic landmark! Fenway park is home to one of the most popular teams in the history of the US, the Red Sox. “The Green Monster” was opened in 1912, and it went through many changes since then. the park also hosted some of the unforgettable concerts in the US, like the famous Ray Charles appearance in 1973.
At number 5 We are leaving Boston and heading to Concord and Lexington. two towns that played an important role in the history of the revolutionary war, and an extremely popular tourist destination.
At number 4 we are back at UNI. This time we have Harvard. in the middle of this old university you can enjoy the Harvard Yard area, where many historic buildings are, like the oldest academic building in the US, which was built in 1720. this and many other great attractions are located in the 25 acres of grassy area of the uni.
Time to do some shopping. with More than 100 stores are available in our number 3 attraction. Quincy market is packed with upscale restaurants and food stalls and more. Visit the market at the weekend, when many outdoor shows take place. the market is located in Downtown Boston, so watch our video guides on this area and learn about Faneuil Hall building.
At number 2, visit one of the city's most popular squares, Copley square.famous for the most famous churches in the US, the Trinity Church. the church is well-known for its unique Romanesque style, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson. Copley square is also the home to Boston Public Library and to the second tallest skyscraper in Boston, the John Hancock Tower. the combination of new and old buildings in the small square gives it a great atmosphere you will not want to miss!
At number 1 we will take you for a tour on the USS constitution, an invincible warship located in Boston Naval Shipyard. In 1907 the ship was turned into a museum where visitors can learn more about the history of the ship. this is a great attraction to visit with the family, for more details on family attractions in Boston check out our website.
5 Top-Rated Day Trips from Boston, Massachusetts | United States Day Tours Travel Guide
5 Top-Rated Day Trips from Boston, USA
Boston's location in the heart of the northeast's New England region makes it a good base for exploring some of America's most cherished historic sites and attractions. The Pilgrims landed just south of Boston in Plymouth, and the first shots of the Revolution were fired just a few miles to the west. Salem, on Boston's North Shore, was America's busiest China Trade port.
But there's more than just historic attractions for tourists to enjoy. The long beaches of Cape Cod, the islands, and the Maine and New Hampshire coasts are within easy reach. So are the dazzling mansions of Newport's Gilded Age high society. Whether you like historic houses, art museums, ships, whales, living history, or shopping, you'll find it only a day from Boston, Massachusetts
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This video guides you through the most beautiful tourist spots in the #CityOfBoston and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Boston is a one of the oldest city in United States and often called the walking city because you can walk through the whole city. #FreedomTrail is a 2.3 miles walk in the downtown, which takes you to around 16 historical places such as Massachusetts state house, Boston common park, old north church, the Paul Revere house, #QuincyMarket, Faneuil hall, USS constitution, bunker hill monuments etc, where you will learn about the contribution of this city and their people in American revolution.
Cambridge features world's most renowned and high ranked universities and institutes such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Harvard University, Harvard Law, Medical and Business Schools, Boston University etc.
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Exploring Boston City - Massachusetts’ capital and largest city. Founded in 1630, it’s one of the oldest cities in the US. Started walking from Charles Street in Beacon Hill - Boston's most affluent neighborhood. A tiny street in Beacon Hill called Acorn Street is known to be the Most Photographed Street in the US because of the preserved cobblestones pavement. Built in 1837, the Boston Public Garden is a large park in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, located right next to Boston Common. Newbury Street is a destination known for its many retail shops and restaurants.
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Come to Boston to discover a city with roots in both the past and future.
Classic Boston sightseeing begins with walking the Freedom Trail for a bird’s-eye view of the American Revolution, including Boston Common and “Old Ironsides,” the USS Constitution. Stop by some of the most prestigious colleges in the nation, including Harvard and Tufts University. Continue your Boston tour with a stop at Faneuil Hall, which has served as a marketplace since 1742, and check out a variety of shops and street performers.
No trip to Boston is complete without paying homage at Fenway Park, where the Red Sox have held court for over a century. Don’t forget to fuel up with food afterward; Boston boasts a variety of restaurants, ranging from fresh seafood to classic Italian and everything in between.
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Boston, Massachusetts, USA, History, Economy, Education
Boston is the the capital of the state of Massachusetts. And largest city in New England, one of the most historic, wealthy and influential cities in the United States of America. the city gets 16.3 million visitors a year, making it one of the ten most popular tourist locations in the country. The city is the economic and cultural anchor of a substantially larger metropolitan area known as Greater Boston.
The city proper covers 48 square miles. the neighboring cities of Cambridge and Brookline are functionally integrated with Boston by mass transit and effectively a part of the city. Cambridge, just across the Charles River, is home to Harvard, MIT, local galleries, restaurants, and bars and is an essential addition to any visit to Boston. Brookline is nearly surrounded by Boston and has its own array of restaurants and shopping.
Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States, founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan settlers from England. Upon gaining U.S. independence from Great Britain, it continued to be an important port and manufacturing hub as well as a center for education and culture. Boston was the largest town in British America until Philadelphia grew larger in the mid-18th century. Boston's ocean front location made it a lively port, and the city primarily engaged in shipping and fishing during its colonial days.
The city is the third-most densely populated large U.S. city of over half a million residents. 57% of the population of the city identified themselves as Christians. The city has a Jewish population with an estimated 248,000 Jews within the Boston metro area More than half of Jewish households in the Greater Boston area reside in the city itself, Brookline, Newton, Cambridge, Somerville, or adjacent towns.
The Boston area's many colleges and universities make it an international center of higher education, including law, medicine, engineering, and business, and the city is considered to be a world leader in innovation and entrepreneurship, with nearly 2,000 startups.
America's first public school was founded in Boston in 1635.
Boston has a hot summer humid continental climate. Summers are typically warm and humid, while winters are cold and stormy, with occasional periods of heavy snow. Spring and fall are usually cool to mild. in winter areas near the immediate coast will often see more rain than snow as warm air is drawn off the Atlantic at times. The hottest month is July, with a mean temperature of 73.4 °F (23.0 °C). The coldest month is January, with a mean of 29.0 °F (−1.7 °C).
Boston Logan International Airport is the main gateway to Boston and New England. It is in East Boston, 3 miles from downtown. Free buses operate to all terminals and connect the airport with the MBTA Blue Line Airport Station. The MBTA Blue Line Subway and the Silver Line Bus go to Logan. The Silver Line is a low-floor articulated bus that stops at each terminal every 10 to 15 minutes.
the historic areas of Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Chinatown, Downtown, Fenway-Kenmore, the Financial District, Government Center, the North End, and the South End comprise the area considered Boston Proper. It is here where most of the buildings that make up the city's skyline are located.
the Greater Boston metropolitan area has the sixth-largest economy in the country and 12th-largest in the world. Boston's economic base also includes finance,professional and business services, biotechnology, information technology, and government activities. The city has one of the highest costs of living in the United States.
Boston's colleges and universities exert a significant impact on the regional economy. Boston attracts more than 350,000 college students from around the world. The city is home to a number of technology companies and is a hub for biotechnology, with the Milken Institute rating Boston as the top life sciences cluster in the country.
Its rich history attracts many tourists, with Faneuil Hall alone drawing more than 20 million visitors per year.Boston's many firsts include the United States' first public park (Boston Common, 1634), first public or state school (Boston Latin School, 1635) and first subway system (Tremont Street Subway, 1897).
The vast majority of tourism in Boston takes place in the summer, from late May through late September, when the weather is ideal and the most attractions are open. there are some beaches within the city, and many beaches outside of it, for swimming.
BOSTON, EXPLORING the luxurious American SHOPPING MALL of COPLEY PLACE
SUBSCRIBE: - It is winter, raining and snowing outside so the best thing to do, is to visit Copley Place, an upscale shopping mall in the Back Bay section of Boston, Massachusetts. This luxurious shopping mall is part of a larger complex that includes office buildings, two hotels, and a parking garage.
It was built in 1983 directly over the Massachusetts Turnpike and Huntington Avenue interchange, which was constructed in 1964 and replaced the site of the former South End Armory, which was completed in 1890 and razed to make room for the Mass Pike right-of-way.
The mall is noted for its upscale stores, including Ralph Lauren, Christian Dior, John Varvatos, Michael Kors, Tory Burch, Victorinox Swiss Army, Porsche Design, Tiffany & Co., Jimmy Choo, David Yurman, Louis Vuitton, and Salvatore Ferragamo. The mall is connected directly to the Shops at Prudential Center via a skybridge over Huntington Avenue. The mall is also connected to the Back Bay MBTA station via an underground tunnel beneath Dartmouth Street.
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